Interakce ve výuce anglického jazyka na vysoké škole pohledem konverzační analýzy

František Tůma
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Monografie je věnována problematice interakce ve třídě. Vychází z 987 minut nahrávek seminární výuky angličtiny. Pomocí konverzační analýzy kniha popisuje, jak se účastníci výuky střídali, jak prováděli opravy, jak přepínali mezi angličtinou a češtinou a jak realizovali studentské prezentace. Monografie podrobně zkoumá interakci ve výuce anglického jazyka, ale klade si také za cíl přispět do diskusí o výzkumu interakce (nejen) ve třídě.
 

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